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This might be a handy tool for designers:

"Picular. Google, but for colors."

picular.co

You can search for words or terms (E.G. "Pristine forest" or "desert in Dubai" etc...) and it will bring up a selection of colors matching that criteria

@cypnk Of course, as usual with these things results can be a bit strange.

(It's pretty obviously picking many of these results from backgrounds rather than foregrounds, hence the grassy greens. And sometimes it picks the colour from the foreground but misses the dog: the reddish one is from a frisbee in the dog's mouth.)

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